Table d'orientation des Orgues de Bort

The Orgues de Bort (altitude 789 m). Towering 350 m above the town, the Orgues de Bort are formed by phonolite flows, the ends of which are cut into columns 80 to 100 m high, over a length of 2 km. These gigantic organ pipes, shaped by time, are the result of shrinkage cracks formed when the lava cooled. The Orgues de Bort are considered the best observatory in the Auvergne. Opposite this prestigious balcony, the Monts Dore range, the Artense Plateau, the grassy ridges of the Cézallier and the Massif Central can all be seen. Orientation tables: Panorama, ** Michelin.
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